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Title:OKOLJEVARSTVENA DOVOLJENJA PO IPPC DIREKTIVI
Authors:Grosek, Lea (Author)
Knez, Rajko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Izboljšanje kakovosti okolja in varstva okolje je ena izmed temeljnih nalog Evropske unije. Za uresničitev tega cilja je bila med drugim sprejeta Direktiva o celovitem preprečevanju in nadzorovanju onesnaževanja okolja (IPPC direktiva). IPPC direktiva določa okvir celotnega preprečevanja in nadzorovanja onesnaževanja okolja. Prinaša zahtevo po uveljavitvi okoljevarstvenih dovoljenj, ki se izdajajo pred začetkom obratovanja ali spremembi obratovanja naprav, ki povzročajo onesnaževanje večjega obsega. Vsebina okoljevarstvenega dovoljenja mora vsebovati ukrepe s katerimi se zagotovi visoka stopnja varstva okolja kot celote. Za pridobitev okoljevarstvenega dovoljenja, morajo naprave slediti razvoju najboljših razpoložljivih tehnik. Pri izbiri najboljših razpoložljivih tehnik je potrebno upoštevati geografski položaj obrata ter klimatske razmere. V dovoljenju morajo biti določene mejne vrednosti emisij za snovi, za katere je verjetno da jih bo posamezni obrat izpuščal v velikih količinah. Mejne vrednosti emisij temeljijo na najboljših razpoložljivih tehnikah. Države članice morajo pogoje v dovoljenju redno preverjati in posodabljati. Zaradi pomanjkljivosti pri izvajanju direktive IPPC, je bila leta 2010 sprejeta nova direktiva – Direktiva o industrijskih emisijah (IED direktiva), ki je združila sedem obstoječih direktiv s področja industrijskih emisij v eno samo.
Keywords:Celoviti nadzor in preprečevanja onesnaževanja okolja, IPPC direktiva, okoljevarstveno dovoljenje, najboljše razpoložljive tehnike, mejne vrednosti emisij, IED direktiva.
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[L. Grosek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:349.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4808235 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RFDJKKO5
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Language:English
Title:ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS ACCORDING TO THE IPPC DIRECTIVE
Abstract:Improving the quality of the environment and protection of the environment is one of the fundamental tasks of the European Union. To achieve this goal, the Directive of Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC Directive) was adopted. IPPC Directive establishes a framework for the whole prevention and control of environmental pollution. It demands the enforcement of environmental permits which are issued before the operation start or change in the operation of devices, which cause large-scale pollution. The content of the environmental permit must include measures to ensure a high level of environmental protection as a whole. To gain an environmental permit, devices must follow the development in best available techniques. In selecting the best available technique it is necessary to abide the geographical situation of the plant and climatic conditions. The permit must include emission limit values for substances for which it is probable that they will be emitted from the plant in large quantities. The emission limit values base on the best available techniques. Member states must regularly review and update the permit conditions. Due to shortcomings in the implementation of the IPPC, a new, the so called - Directive on industrial emissions (IED Directive) was adopted in 2010. It integrates seven existing directives in the field of industrial emissions.
Keywords:Prevention and control of environmental pollution, Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Directive, environmental permits, the best available techniques, emission limit values, Industrial Emission Directive.


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